When I'm not on my period I constantly get IBS symptoms as well as peeing every two hours. When I get my period it stops&returns when it's done.?

It depends. Based on the prevalence of these chronic painful conditions in women, the question arises as to whether there are gender-specific mechanisms underlying ibs. Laboratory and clinical studies support the hypothesis that increased pain sensitivity plays a role in functional bowel disorders such as ibs and non-ulcer dyspepsia, as well as in interstitial cystitis. This may be your symptom pattern.